Shaolin Chin-Na Set 7
HUNGRY TIGER CATCHES GOAT

"Hungry Tiger Catches Goat" is the name of this set, as well as the name of the last of the 72 Shaolin chin-na sequence, and the name of the most widely used pattern of this set.

The pattern "Hungry tiger Catches Goat" implements the application of the double tiger-tigers. The tiger-claw is frequently used in chin-na. There are, of course, other hand forms that can be used to implement chin-na techniques, like the dragon-claw and the eagle-claw.


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Shaolin Chin-Na Set 7 -- Hungry Tiger Catches Goat from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.


The 12 sequences that form this set, i.e. Sequences 61 to 72 of the Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Techniques, are as follows. The sequence-set can be accessed here.

  1. Near-Body Tiger-Claw
  2. Second Auntie Catches Crab
  3. Embrace Moon in Bosom
  4. Fierce Tiger Cleanses Claw
  5. Black Tiger Guards Door
  6. General Leads Horse
  7. Lohan Embraces Buddha
  8. Tang Soldier Retains Guest
  9. Tame Tiger Listen to Wind
  10. Fierce Tiger Crouching at Cliff
  11. Fierce Tiger Descends Mountain
  12. Hungry Tiger Catches Goat


The original sequences with repetitions as taught at the Special Shaolin Chin-Na Course in Sabah in 2008 are as follows:

  1. Near-Body Tiger-Claw
  2. Second Auntie Catches Crab
  3. Embrace Moon in Bosom
  4. Fierce Tiger Cleanses Claw
  5. Black Tiger Guards Door
  6. General Leads Horse
  7. Lohan Embraces Buddha
  8. Tang Soldier Retains Guest
  9. Tame Tiger Listen to Wind
  10. Fierce Tiger Crouching at Cliff
  11. Fierce Tiger Descends Mountain
  12. Hungry Tiger Catches Goat

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Overview

Special Chin-Na Course
Shaolin 72 Chin-Na Sequences

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